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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

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Kat Belkin,
I don't remember seeing you as an author on other BASIS articles. I liked your report and you look like a good addition to the BASIS. However, --- there is always a However --- didn't you think it was a bit long and somehow lacking in humor.
Sincerely
Sue

speculate that those who used buprenorphine illicitly at pre-admission are highly motivated to find a safe and affordable source of buprenorphine for treatment of withdrawal symptoms

It is an informative post and makes me aware about treatment used for opiate addiction. There is need of large amount of efforts dedicated by professionals and techniques to treat drug addiction cases. Numerous types of treatments are offered in drug rehab centers to the drug addicts who are dealing with several kinds of problems.

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